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Counterexample: gas prices in the US are frequently displayed with 3 decimals (tenth of cents)

It isn't really a price though, it is a rate for an infinitely divisible good, i. e. $/L. You get the price when you multiply with the quantity purchased.

So how much do 2 CCs of gasoline cost?

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